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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Xmetal, Nov 22, 2004.

  1. Xmetal

    Xmetal TPF Noob!

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    2 Shots from the weekend, I was out messing around with some methods i'd seen on another photography forum and this is what i came up with

    Shot 1:
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    Shot 2:
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    I'm not entirely happy with the 2nd shot because it's a tad over exposed but i guess practice leads to perfection. :)

    Suggestions and Critique accepted! :)
     
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    I can't decide if the passenger being so visible helps or hurts the first photo.
     
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    i've always wanted to try a shot like that, but at night... i just don't have the right camera mounts for it....nice shots though!
     
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    that's the driver :wink:
     
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    Yea, those great Australians, driving on the right side of the road like us :p
     
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    Pretty cool IMO. Could you explain exactly how you went about this???
     
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    lol, im wondering too, howd you do this? hook a camera up the back of your car...i dont think so..
     
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    Nice shots! :)
    I like #2 best. :)
     
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    suction cup mounts.... i want one for auto photography :)

    not sure if that's what he used or not, but i bet it is
     
  10. nomav6

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    nice pics

    does the
    that your talking about happen to be worth1000? my roommate just showed me some that where kinda like this and they also had pics of how they got the tripod to stay on the car.
     
  11. Xmetal

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    I can't explain it to you in full detail but yes i used a tripod, a 1 second shutter speed and it was 8:30PM Eastern Australia Daylight-savings time. :)

    Edit: I'll do a Tutorial on the next car I do (should be a very nice black Toyota Supra :twisted: )
     
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    One from today...

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    Came out heaps better than the other 2. :D
     

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